International conference on E-Commerce & Developing Countries, Isfahan, Iran , 2008-10-22

Title : ( IPv6 Migration towards Developing E-Government )

Authors: B. Pahlevanzadeh , Awinder Kaur , Seyed Amin Hosseini Seno , I. Rosnah , R. Budiarto , A.R. Shirazinejad ,

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Countries around the world including Malaysia are improving their government agencies delivery to citizens and businesses through e-Government, defined as electronic government. To provide services between government agencies and citizens (G2C), businesses (G2B), employees (G2E) and other non-governmental agencies, most governments globally are using tools and systems made possible by Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). Malaysia is not left behind in the global government ICT initiative as Malaysian government welcomes the advent of ICT with its opportunities and promises of a new world order and globalization towards its vision 2020. Malaysian e-Government project’s main objective is to serve the citizens and businesses with efficient, high-quality administrative online services. However, increasing demands for the online services might be affected by (Internet protocol version 4) IPv4 limitations. The need for a more advanced protocol will be more apparent especially to support government mobility, cost and security such as integrity, authorization and authentication. IPv6 is seen as a solution to solve IPv4 limitations and a strong contributor towards providing efficient online services by government agencies through e-Government. IPv6 deployment in Malaysia is supported by the IPv6 timeline mandating IPv6 adoption by agencies under e-Government by year end 2008. In this paper, we introduce e-Government, IPv6, Migration to IPv6 as well as IPv6 migration issues and challenges, especially in Malaysia. This paper shows the importance of e-Government and IPv6 migration in Malaysia. This paper also outlines the need for IPv6 in developing e-Government as a need to move towards the next-generation ICT world, especially in developing countries.

Keywords

, Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) Migration, Malaysian e-Government, Next-Generation Networks, Cost
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@inproceedings{paperid:1024882,
author = {B. Pahlevanzadeh and Awinder Kaur and Hosseini Seno, Seyed Amin and I. Rosnah and R. Budiarto and A.R. Shirazinejad},
title = {IPv6 Migration towards Developing E-Government},
booktitle = {International conference on E-Commerce & Developing Countries, Isfahan, Iran},
year = {2008},
location = {اصفهان, IRAN},
keywords = {Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs); Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) Migration; Malaysian e-Government; Next-Generation Networks; Cost Efficiency},
}

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%T IPv6 Migration towards Developing E-Government
%A B. Pahlevanzadeh
%A Awinder Kaur
%A Hosseini Seno, Seyed Amin
%A I. Rosnah
%A R. Budiarto
%A A.R. Shirazinejad
%J International conference on E-Commerce & Developing Countries, Isfahan, Iran
%D 2008

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